There's nothing wrong with mixing up wedding traditions, but there are some proper wedding etiquette rules that engaged couples should know about. These etiquette tips are mostly basic common sense so you don't offend any of your guests or make anyone feel bad. They will help you and your partner look thoughtful and caring of those around you, and are great things you should know if you are planning a wedding. // wedding tips // bride tips // groom // getting married // wedding blog…
You’ve heard that you’re supposed to hand out tips to your wedding vendors, but who gets them? How much? And when is the proper time to hand it out? We're sharing a comprehensive guide to wedding tip etiquette to give you an idea of what’s standard. You’ll find a breakdown of who to tip, a general idea of how much and when, and grab a few bonus tips to help out!
Let's tackle what is arguably one of the most difficult tasks of planning–wedding guest list etiquette. Turn that guest list into your best list. After today’s post, you’ll be able to answer those hard-hitting wedding guest list etiquette questions like, who gets a plus-one? Should you have a B-list
Wondering how to request no children at your wedding? It can feel hard to say this on the invite without offending your wedding guests. Here are 26 adults only wedding wording ideas for your wedding invitations to politely say no kids! Read more on the blog, and follow us for more wedding inspiration and etiquette tips!